China rising peace power and order in east asia david kang on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers throughout the past three decades east asia has seen more peace and stability than at any time since the opium wars of 1839 1841 during this period china has rapidly emerged as a major regional power. Throughout the past three decades east asia has seen more peace and stability than at any time since the opium wars of 1839 1841 during this period china has rapidly emerged as a major regional power averaging over nine percent economic growth per year since the introduction of its market reforms in 1978. China may be the united states strategic rival but kang prefers to examine east asias political forces from a non realist point of view in other words kang argues that the regions countries are accommodating rather than balancing chinas economic military and political rise. Recently chinas ascent has drawn the attention of many scholars and policy makers in east asia and the united states current and previous assessments of chinas rise follow one of three major frameworks realism sees china as a revisionist power in the existing us preponderant world order liberalism optimistically predicts chinese integration into a globalizing world and . David c kangs china rising peace power and order in east asia applied constructivism rising jalal alamgir chinas rise and the wests bias bin yu anticipating the unexpected peter van ness authors response ideas and power in east asian international relations david c kang
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